The Herald of Everett, Washington
Customer service  |  Subscribe   |   Log in or sign up   |   Advertising information   |   Contact us
HeraldNet on Facebook HeraldNet on Twitter HeraldNet RSS feeds HeraldNet Pinterest HeraldNet Google Plus The Daily Herald on Linked In HeraldNet Youtube
HeraldNet Newsletters  Newsletters: Sign up  Green editions icon Green editions

At talk, learn why we like corvids just as they like us

SHARE: facebook Twitter icon Linkedin icon Google+ icon Email icon |  PRINTER-FRIENDLY
Published:
The corvid is a complex creature. Like humans, corvids, which include crows, ravens and jays, have complicated emotions, and they think, plan and reconsider their actions.
The corvids also like to watch us humans, as we like to watch them. Sometimes the corvids even bring us little gifts.
Corvid expert, author and professor John Marzluff will talk about his 2012 book "Gifts of the Crows" at a free presentation at 2 p.m. Sunday at Everett Public Library Auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Ave., Everett.
Guests will learn that corvids and humans have many other things in common, such as the ability to frolic, show passion and wrath, take risks and have awareness of the world around them.
Herald staff
Story tags » Libraries & MuseumsEverettAnimalsFamily funGo See Do

More Life Headlines

NEWSLETTER

Weekend to-do list

Our to-do list full of ideas for your weekend

Calendar